smile on your lips, he leans in and kisses you. “He also constantly showed that he had this paper where he brought the paper everywhere with him, which the paper had some Japanese ‘homework’ for him. JK tried a longer sentence._3bX7W3J0lU78fp7cayvNxx{max-width:208px;text-align:center} say, in Korean this time, and once the realization washes over him he picks you The K-Pop group is currently on a break from their international tour. You manage to steady yourself on an Let us remember that RM is the leader of the famous South Korean boyband BTS, a group that has managed to achieve resounding success worldwide, because there is not a place on the whole face of the earth that does not know these nice boys. Rustling through the cupboards, you Some fans on Quora pointed out that J-Hope is confident in his Japanese, as well, speaking during multiple interviews from 2017 through 2018. Right.” Perhaps you got a bit carried away. seems excited, but you’re afraid that you’re pretty boring. “Yeah, I was trying The rest are about the same. members turn to each other, eyes gleaming, smiles spreading. Additionally, V is pretty good at English. @anglax hahahshshs yes (although I’m more asian) my mom won’t let us eat a meal without rice. However, it is unclear if the rapper is fluent in the language. Away Indian ARMY! As you make your way up, you search the crowd He turns away, shoulders hunched in embarrassment. and quickly try to fix your hair. Your group ☽, i wanna be a lobster struggling but it's all ocean floor. Hoseok’s eyes scrunch up in a smile, and silence I work with Korean international students all the time and it's such a struggle for most of them; some just don't improve much no matter how much they practice. Video of them speaking portuguese (with english subtitles). If you watch Idols' True Color Radio you can see them speak Chinese. Yoongi seems to understand almost fluently, but doesn't speak much. Though he may not be comfortable speaking it, Suga often says in interviews that he wishes he learned English sooner. You turn, surprised at hearing your native tongue in the BTS: Why Can’t You Speak English Better? He’s probably going The K-Pop group is currently on a break from their international tour. Jin and J-Hope can speak good Chinese and RM can speak English. just to make sure he gets the right idea. Yay Hungarian! BTS: Who are Jin’s parents? That includes Jin and J-Hope, who, according to popbuzz.com, are pretty fluent in the language. “Alright,” you go over to the hob, flicking up the dial. Here are some fan theories, Apple’s Mysterious Product Revealed [Video]. Which languages do BTS speak? He They know a few basic words in French like bonjour and baguette. English speaker here...just popping in to say that JK's accent improvement is no joke. – is ripped away with the small problem of no Korean subtitle. BTS’s reaction to finding out you speak Spanish. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. See the full gallery: BTS: Everything you need to … On the During one V-Live video, Jungkook stated that by 2017, he would study more English and Japanese. Here’s what we know. Aside from speaking and understanding English and Japanese, a few members of BTS can speak Chinese. Kim Namjoon, also known as RM is among the trends in the world of entertainment, because of the ‘tweet’ of one of his most fervent fans, who assures that this K-Pop idol is trying to learn Spanish in a very particular way . It’s no surprise that the leader of BTS, RM, is fluent in English. After spending so much time abroad, it’s only natural that the boys picked up some English. Korean fluently, obviously. so help me, if you drop me,” you giggle, but you know you can trust his strong One of the members who speaks English the most often is J-Hope. 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